[QUOTE=Jetdawgg;2211545]No. I am saying that it is not a big deal. The MSM is attempting to use anything to discredit Dr. Paul[/QUOTE]
Why do you think they have to discredit a guy hovering under 5% support in his Party? If the MSM was goign to "discredit" anyone, wouldn;t you think it would be someone who actually has a chance to win?
Or is this all just another cog in your great (paranoid) conspiracy?
[QUOTE=BrooklynBound;2211600]Wait, we have to disprove a negative now? How about proving that he’s pro-pork? That will be a hard thing to do.[/QUOTE]
Since you seem to know, can you tell us/link where to find his complete voting record? That would be a great place to look, and clearly you must have access to it to have such a strongly held opinion as to his pro/anti-pork standings.
[QUOTE=Warfish;2211655]Since you seem to know, can you tell us/link where to find his complete voting record? That would be a great place to look, and clearly you must have access to it to have such a strongly held opinion as to his pro/anti-pork standings.
[QUOTE=Warfish;2211551]Why do you think they have to discredit a guy hovering under 5% support in his Party? If the MSM was goign to "discredit" anyone, wouldn;t you think it would be someone who actually has a chance to win?
Or is this all just another cog in your great (paranoid) conspiracy?[/QUOTE]
Did you ever wonder how someone who can constantly win the debates, raise more money than the other candidates in his party (in fact Dr. Paul set the record for one day) be so low in the polls?
Dr. Paul is intentionally left off the ballots when they poll.
If the bollots used for polling were fair, he would do better. Fix'd Noise intentionally set up a room full of people after the last debate in a feeble attempt to refute the winner of the last debate.
Hannity looked like a fool trying to debate Dr. Paul. He could not even come to grips with his own poll. The FOX poll!!!!
[QUOTE=PlumberKhan;2211258]Can't be any worse that Bush's presidency...which has been like a monkey high on amphetimines f*cking a football while operating a crane in a hurricane, [B]during an earthquake, at night.[/B][/QUOTE]
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the loons are now making RuPaul money....like I previously said; this guy is a cultist...
[QUOTE][B]Illegal Ron Paul currency seized[/B]
EVANSVILLE, Indiana (AP) — Federal agents raided the headquarters of a group that produces illegal currency and puts it in circulation, seizing gold, silver and two tons of copper coins featuring Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul.
Agents also took records, computers and froze the bank accounts at the "Liberty Dollar" headquarters during the Thursday raid, Bernard von NotHaus, founder of the National Organization for the Repeal of the Federal Reserve Act & Internal Revenue Code, said in a posting on the group's Web site.
The organization, which is critical of the Federal Reserve, has repeatedly clashed with the federal government, which contends that the gold, silver and copper coins it produces are illegal. NORFED claims its Liberty Dollars are inflation free and can restore stability to financial markets by allowing commerce based on a currency that does not fluctuate in value like the U.S. dollar.
"They're running scared right now and they had to do something," von NotHaus told The Associated Press Friday. "I'm volunteering to meet the agents and get arrested so we can thrash this out in court."
Wendy Osborne, a spokeswoman for the FBI's Indianapolis office, declined to comment and referred all questions to the U.S. attorney's office for the Western District of North Carolina. Suellen Pierce, a spokeswoman for that office, also declined to comment.
The raid comes eight months after von NotHaus filed a lawsuit in federal court in Evansville seeking a permanent injunction to stop the federal government from labeling the Liberty Dollar an illegal currency.
The U.S. Mint issued a warning this year that the Liberty Dollar violated the Constitution and warned consumers against using them unsuspectingly.
Paul's campaign said it had not authorized production of the Ron Paul dollars.
"We were aware they existed, but we didn't have any affiliation with them," said Jesse Benton, a spokesman for Ron Paul's campaign. "He didn't ask our permission to make them."